FPC / FFC Connectors
FFC is a miniaturized form of ribbon cable, which is also flat and flexible. The cable usually consists of a flat and flexible plastic film base, with multiple metallic conductors bonded to one surface often found in high density electronic applications like laptops and cell phones.
ZIF is an acronym for zero insertion force, a concept used in the design of IC sockets, invented to avoid problems caused by applying force upon insertion and extraction.
Low-insertion-force sockets (LIF) are integrated circuit sockets that are designed so the force required to insert or remove a package is low. As the number of pins increases on a package, and the package itself is large, or both, the use of low insertion force sockets changes from something that is convenient for chips that are changed frequently to an essential feature, as a traditional socket that requires much force to insert and remove causes more mechanical stress that can result in the chip being easily broken or becoming less reliable
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